Once again, American author Jane Dossick proves that brevity can be beautiful.
Aftermath, an acutely observed experimental 'micro-play' in one act, transports the reader to contemporary Seattle with warmth, intelligence and grace.
Subtly written (without flourishes) for two young actors, husband and wife, cleaning their apartment after a family dinner, it is a muted dramatic study that demonstrates the range and craftsmanship of an author who has mastered the psychology of people in places both high and low.
JANE DOSSICK is the author of numerous books, including Creative Therapy, Inheritance, and the play Gemma.
|Publisher:||The St. George Press|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||710 KB|